Pump replacement due date

13 May 2015

 

Old, familiar pumps, that you’ve run with for years.  You know they’re on the way out but they’ve never let you down yet and besides, because they’re well run in they’re probably better now than they’ve ever been, right?

 

Try a risk/benefit analysis on your pumps.  Look at the cost of a breakdown (in terms of impact as well as money), in the context of the likelihood of it happening, and see how that compares to the cost of a new pump.

 

Part of proactive maintenance means monitoring old equipment regularly to prevent breakdowns.  As pump specialists, we’re happy to discuss your 3-year plan on pumps any time.

 

 

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